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Hi Experts,

After a lot of inserting and deleting, my Access DB has grown to 3 Gb, (real data maximum 1 Mb), I can compact/compress it with the VB DB Manager, but I like to do it from my program (or eventualy build a new database).
How can I do this ????

Thanx a lot !!!

Murph
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